Posada del Puruay
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... him take over. He did and after doing so the Spanish captured him here in Cajamarca and eventually killed him. We walked up the stairs at the back of the city to where Atahaulpa addressed the city. There is a giant staircase made of circular stairs that lead up to a small blue and white memorial church and then another entrance to where the Inca ruins are. The inside of the church was interesting with a mural painted on the back wall of a farm. To enter the Inca ...
There is a café with a proper coffee machine directly below
my bedroom – unfortunately the staff don’t use it properly and cater to local
tastes. Had to explain to the girl that an Americano needs to be run through
the machine, not just a little topped up with 80% boiling water. Went to the
local bakery to buy what look like croissants but bear no resemblance otherwise
to the real thing to have with my brew.
Took a tour to Cumbemayo ...
... the full card bal monthly – she blamed it on the fact I had made
manual payments, even though these had been less than the amount owing and they
should have been taking the shortfall – had to give up as was getting nowhere!
At least could now spend my last few soles on a big chunk of
Went to the ATM and it finally gave me money – hurrah! Went
out and bought a celebratory beer too.
... in Villa El Salvador, south of Lima. When we arrived Rita had a lovely lunch prepared and waiting although it was 2:30 pm. Maureen mentioned that she was going to catch a ride into Baños del Inca, which is where the Inca actually had his own hot tub. So Naomi and I quickly decided that a dip into a natural hotsprings was what we needed.
The Baños however offer each person their own hot tub room and each can decide on ...
... a guided day trip to some pre-Inca graves, Ventanillas de Otuzco, we passed a small cheese factory. Its owned by a swiss guy. The guid told me, the swiss guy introduced the cheese production to here and it is copied many times. So there are many shops in the city, where you can buy "Swiss ...